Correctmyreligion’s Blog

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About March 3, 2009

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One Response to “About”

  1. dorian9 Says:

    hello, dorian here.
    i just got through looking at your other posts. i can relate to your blog mission of sorts here. it was “looking for my religion” for a few years for me. having grown up in a very religious family, mother catholic and father methodist, with nuns priests and pastors on both sides, religion is deeply ingrained. i have also seen a lot of hypocrisy within family and friends who are devout christians. i’ve seen persecution and discrimination too many times, on the basis of different religious views or practice. and judgment and self-righteousness from supposed christians. there is no separation of politics and religion, of church and state. so many “christians” spew hate and bigotry.thomas jefferson had the keen understanding of religion and its followers. that’s why we have separation of church and state. the salem witch trials and inquisitions must not happen again. if we let these christian extremists have their way, you can imagine what can happen to those who do not completely do as they do..below i have the link to a post i’ve written w/c is 80% autobiographical:

    http://tothewire.wordpress.com/2009/04/10/dorian-and-the-seven-capital-sins/

    my compliments on your well-written and nicely designed blog.

    dorian


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